Mrs. Tammy L. Calhoun

Assistant Principal

Tammy Calhoun


B.S  Elementary Education Troy University

B.S Speech Pathology Auburn University Montgomery

M.S Education Administration Troy University Dothan

Ed.S Education Administration Troy University Dothan

Before I began teaching for Pike County, I was selected as a teacher leader for People to People. This was a program through the Alabama Governor's Office.  With this program, I traveled to different countries with high academic students. During my time with this program I have travelled to over 30 countries. Upon returning to the United States, my first year, I was selected as a teacher leader from Alabama to travel to Washington DC. While in Washington, we conducted meetings with government officials.  I feel this helped me bring a wealth of information and experience to my teaching career.

I began working  for Pike County in 1991 as a Speech Language Pathologist. During my tenure as the Speech Pathologist I worked with preschool through 12th grade students. I worked with local health agencies and area Audiologist in order to better serve my students. I have attended many workshops and conferences to update my skills. I attend the Alabama Speech and Hearing Association Conference for Alabama regularly. 

 I in 2011-2013 I taught 5th/ 6th grade Language Arts and Science at Pike County Elementary. I was trained in AMSTI science for both grade levels. I am proud to be a Highly Qualified teacher in Alabama.  I enjoyed my time as regular classroom teacher.

I am currently serving as a Resource Teacher for Banks Middle School. I am happy to be joining the Banks family.

I am originally from Union Springs, Alabama.  First attending Jefferson Davis Jr. College in Brewton on a softball scholarship. Upon completion of the two year system I transferred to Troy University on a leadership Scholarship. Graduating with a B.S (1991) in Elementary Education. I began working for Pike County Schools in 1991. I finished my B.S (1994) in Speech Pathology from Auburn University in Montgomery.  I helped with Pike County High's softball team one year (we made area playoffs). I later was the cheerleader coach at PCHS for 4 years.  I loved it!  Completing my M.S (1999) and my Ed.S (2001) in Educational Leadership from Troy University in Dothan.

I am married to Daryl Calhoun and I have two children Sarah Elizabeth and Jace. I am a member of First Baptist Church in Troy. I am a proud and thankful cancer survivor. I enjoy traveling, shopping, and spending time with my family.